Skip to comments.Biden Hints at OutlawingUnregulated ´Private´ Gun Sales
Posted on 01/10/2013 1:01:31 PM PST by Nachum
Vice President Joe Biden, in remarks today before a meeting on guns, suggested the Obama administration is seriously considering outlawing unregulated "private" gun sales:"And so the kinds of things that there´s an emerging set of recommendations, not coming from me but coming from the groups we´ve met with," said Biden today, before a closed door meeting on gun control. "And I´m going to focus on the ones that relate primarily to gun ownership and the type of weapons can be owned. And one is,
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shoot, shovel, shutup
I will have absolutely no remorse exacting defense against some assclown trying to remove my liberty that is America.
I will shoot you square in the spine if it removes that threat.
Biden cannot pass any law, especially one outlawing a legal sale. He is hallucinating.
Private handgun sales or transfers in NC have required a permit for close to 20 years now.
So, a "closed door meeting" on infringing Second Amendment Rights of American Citizens is just fine, no problems.
However, a "closed door sale" of a firearm by American Citizens exercising Second Amendment Rights is supposed to be decreed "illegal."
I just want to be "perfectly clear" on who is doing what up in DC.
TODAY'S CHILD IS HIS OR HER OWN BOSS. Until THAT changes, NOTHING will change.
Checks on private sales means that when the jackboots come to collect your gun you could no longer plausibly say that it was sold to a private party. It makes registration and confiscation a real possibility.
And for close to 20 years, that idiot law has been ignored.
Regardless of the "waiting period" which calls itself a "permit", handguns are NOT registered in NC.
And I refuse to do so.
How long does the federal government require that firearms dealers retain records of background checks.
Is there a difference in the length of time that they can be legally retained vs. How long they really are retained?
Is there some back door method in which data is moved into a different database to skirt retention laws?
I'm thinking that the goal of this is defacto gun registration of ALL gun sales.
I don't know / didn't know about some supposed fed law over selling kids toys at garage sales, but it seems like the 40 dozen or so garage sales every year within a mile radius of my house, I see kids toys at just about every garage sale. If this is a federal law, then it appears that nearly every garage sale I see is unaware of it. What, is some federal gestapo agent or agency supposed to be policing garage sales across the US? Good luck with that!
And now that I am aware of this supposed law, I will be sure to once again include kids toys in my garage sales, as I have always done!
The primary reason any government wants a list of who has possession of what is so the government can either take the property or extort money from the “owner” as a condition of being allowed to possess the item for a time.
Weapons registration ALWAYS leads to confiscation by a government that then murders its disarmed citizen-subjects.
SLAVES are forbidden to touch weapons.
How would they know?
Bet their compliance with such a void law is almost nothing.
You can bet your last bullet that universal registration is in the plans.
Joe Biden is such a dummy. Nobody takes him serious. When he speaks even lib voters just stare. I’d like to know what they’re thinking.
Joe Biden is going to be a lonely old man after he’s out of office. Nobody will want to be around him. Well, he could end up in a home with people in white jackets standing around him.
What big government? Feds to regulate garage sales
I’ve been thinking the same thing. Also wonder if there has been any “covert action” by the libtards to initiate or coerce any of these shootings.
“No Guns for Negroes” video
I dis-remember the city, but there was an article about it. Anyhow the local police in the city started storing gun information because so many people kept showing up at the station wanting to register their firearm. The cop they interviewed was like 'I don't understand it, it's nobody's business you own a gun.' He expressed frustration that some people just would not understand no matter how many times they were told it wasn't necessary.
It's like the people that see a sign "Open seven days a week," and still ask the clerk - "hey, are you open on Sundays too?"
Unfortunately, those idiots vote and think we should be just as stupid as them.